A Silver Mt Zion Live at Botanique (Orangerie) on 2010-04-02
- A Silver Mt Zion
02 I Built Myself a Metal Bird
03 I Fed My Metal Bird the Wings of Other Metal Birds
05 There Is a Light
07 God Bless Our Dead Marines
09 'Piphany Rambler
11 1,000,000 Died to Make This Sound
14 Summer Nights
16 Microphones in the Trees
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|I Built Myself a Metal Bird|
|I Fed My Metal Bird the Wings of Other Metal Birds|
|There Is a Light|
|God Bless Our Dead Marines|
|1,000,000 Died to Make This Sound|
|Microphones in the Trees|
Thee Silver Mt. Zion Memorial Orchestra:
Efrim Menuck - Vocals, Guitar
Sophie Trudeau - Violin, Vocals
Jessica Moss - Violin, Vocals
Thierry Amar - Bass, Vocals
David Payant - Drums, Organ, Vocals
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- 2010-04-03 13:22:44
- iRiver H320 + Rockbox > Audacity (Hard Limit [final applause section only], Amplify +10dB, Fade In/Out) > CD Wave > Trader's Little Helper > Mp3Tag > Flac
- Brussels, Belgium
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- Botanique (Orangerie)
This show just makes me realize how ridiculous it is that I still haven't seen them, and how determined I am to change that.
P.S. I agree with the uploader: 'tra-la-la, fa-la-la-la-la-la' ("Sow Some Lonesome Corners So Many Flowers Bloom") would have been awesome to hear live. Eh, I guess it just isn't meant to be.
Subject: response to Leslie/redzinger70
I also thought it's better than the sound in the hall itself, especially the drums sounded not like I would have wanted, with hardly any bass-drum and a very loud hi-hat. Considered adding some equalizer, but I decided against it. It does sound much better when you turn up your subwoofer.
I really like the way the quiet parts came out on this recording though, even though my position was perhaps a bit too far on the right so Jessica is a bit too low in the mix. Big thank you to the people standing close to me for being so silent! And thanks for the banter too, I especially liked the request for punk-rock :-) would have loved to hear that song live.
Subject: The tour bus between the cities
The crowd was lovely, enthused and attentive and unbelievably quiet during the quiet parts. Arguably too quiet in terms of participation! Efrim seemed more nervous than usual, and a bit frustrated by language barrier misunderstandings / the audience's inclination to shout out requests rather than try to engage in a dialogue about the state of the world or something personal on their minds.
His derailed trains of thought reminded me of listening to friends during their first year of parenthood--the sleep deprivation cannot be underestimated ;-)
I will be curious to see what the mood (and set) is like at the end of the month at the Dutch shows.
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